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Communication Strategies

For the better part of every day, we are communicating to and with others. Whether it's the speech you deliver in the boardroom, the level of attention you give your spouse when they are talking to you, or the look you give the cat, it all means something.

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About the Event

  

The Communication Strategies webinar will help participants understand the different methods of communication and how to make the most of each of them. These strategies will provide a great benefit for any organization and its employees. They will trickle down throughout the organization and positively impact everyone involved.  

Objectives:

· Understand what communication is

· Identify ways that communication can happen

· Identify barriers to communication and how to overcome them

· Develop their non-verbal and paraverbal communication skills

· Use the STAR method to speak on the spot

· Listen actively and effectively

· Ask good questions

· Use appreciative inquiry as a communication tool

· Adeptly converse and network with others

· Identify and mitigate precipitating factors

· Establish common ground with others

*  Use “I” messages 

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Who Should Attend?

Mental health Workers, Coaches,  Victims of Abuse, Loss and Abandonment, Community members, Students, Professional, Religious leaders, Health workers, Police Officers...

Date: 20/11/2019 @ 10:00 a.m

Venue: Yaba, Lagos (TBD);

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Apply Trauma Informed Care (TIC) Principles 

Learn The Following:

  • Understand Secondary Stress

  • Vicarious Trauma Impact

  • Through A Trauma Lens(Stewardship)

  • TIC Application - Explore what Organizations and Individuals can apply

  • Build Resilience

  • Implementation

 

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and afterward,

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